Published: Mon, 5 Dec 2016 The Gilded age refers to the brief time in American History after the Civil War Restoration period. The Gilded Age derived its name from the many great fortunes that were created during this period. Gilded Age Political Cartoon Analysis The late 19 th century witnessed the birth of modern America. It saw the closing of the Western frontier.
Between 1865 and the 1890s, Americans settled 430 million acres in the Far West more land than during the preceding 250 years of American history.
Political Cartoons Shawn Palmer University of Phoenix Political cartoons have been with us from the 16th century to today, changing social agendas and shaping public opinion about political office holders. The creator of each cartoon makes each one represent his or hers opinion about what would be currently happening at that time.
[In the following essay, Roberts reflects on the Gilded Age as an era of popular aesthetic interest, wherein high and lowbrow culture interacted to create a However, an analysis of Uncle Sams relationship with the other characters in this cartoon is more relevant to determining the artists message. Uncle Sams interactions with other characters also provide evidence of support as well as condemnation of U.
S. expansionism in Gilded Age periodicals. FREE! Political Cartoon Analysis Activity: Gilded Age. 9 mai 1754: Join, or Die An early American political cartoon originally published on May 1754 in Benjamin Franklin's Pennsylvania Gazette newspaper, and generally regarded as the first political cartoon The cartoon I chose was the drawing by Doug Marlette, published by Newsday in 1999.
It is located on page twenty in our textbook, " Reading Literature& Writing Argument. " In the cartoon, you see the back views of two vehicles, one being a Analyze how applicable this title is to the social, economic, and political trends of the time period.
The 89 Essay Contains a welldeveloped thesis that examines the ways in which the Gilded Age applies to the time period in social, economic, and political trends.